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  • Blotter Question

    Didn't know they did this but in reading it found the authorities asking for public help in a case. Would this be ok to post as some folks in here might be able to help out and solve a case?
    My WAC Hunt
    http://www.hinkleyfamily.homestead.c...kaCaribou.html
    My Delta Management Area (DMA - DS204) Hunt
    http://alaskasheephunt.homestead.com/

  • #2
    Link?

    Not sure you have the right link in there. I didn't see any information about what you were mentioning, just a personal caribou hunting website...
    AKmud
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    The porcupine is a peaceful animal yet God still thought it necessary to give him quills....

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    • #3
      Originally posted by AKmud View Post
      Not sure you have the right link in there. I didn't see any information about what you were mentioning, just a personal caribou hunting website...


      That link is his signature. He didn't post the Blotter link. He was just asking if it would be permissable to post a Blotter where the AST were asking for assistance in solving a case.

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      • #4
        no, didn't post the link to the blotter as it has been posted in here before and want to stay within forum rules. Just asking if OK, the blot was from the 28th of Sept
        My WAC Hunt
        http://www.hinkleyfamily.homestead.c...kaCaribou.html
        My Delta Management Area (DMA - DS204) Hunt
        http://alaskasheephunt.homestead.com/

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        • #5
          I believe it was Mud, who said it was OK to post links. Either post it or let us know where it is posted on here already.
          I can't help being a lazy, dumb, weekend warrior.......I have a JOB!
          I have less friends now!!

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          • #6
            Mud

            Originally posted by AKmud View Post
            Not sure you have the right link in there. I didn't see any information about what you were mentioning, just a personal caribou hunting website...
            Are you qualifying the attachment of links to sites with a possibility of exposing readers to negative perception or fact? From a legal standpoint, I am quite sure lawyers know how to derive information on how one gets linked from one website to the next and where the link came from. Pretty simple stuff. But hey if it is permissible, so be it. Lets Roll On
            "96% of all Internet Quotes are suspect and the remaining 4% are fiction."
            ~~Abraham Lincoln~~

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            • #7
              Links

              No one said links were a problem.
              AKmud
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              The porcupine is a peaceful animal yet God still thought it necessary to give him quills....

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              • #8
                Let's do it this way....

                Troopers are asking for help in solving an illegal cow moose kill near Clam Gulch. You can read the dispatch on the Trooper website. It's case 06-86130.

                David

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                • #9
                  wildlife crimes / punishment ?

                  Ok since the the blotter link was there I decided to look through it. There are two instances listed in 9E where hunters were guided & took sub leagal moose.
                  At first I thought the fine was pretty low, especially since it doens't say they turned themselves in. Then I thought mabey it was that low because the guides assisted / encouraged in the decision to harvest a sub leagal animal.
                  So why weren't the guides charged ? In the 2nd case the client shot two moose. How does this happen? 1 illeagel one wasn't enough? Both parties ( guide & client ) involved in this instance should be fined a lot more than $250 I would think.
                  Am I missing something here ? The fine seems very inadequate to me.

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                  • #10
                    Hi Marmot,

                    A F&G officer in the field can suggest what he thinks is a fair punishment (what kind of punishment he asks for from the DA). FOr instance $500 fine, $300 of it suspended with 2 years probation....etc. Those blotters are just for "general" information and are not written in stone. Half the time your lucky if they even have the names, charges etc right.
                    There have been times I have looked up stuff I know about and it hasnt been there. Sometimes it will be there but the situation was nothing like it was reported.

                    Deb
                    Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he is too old to fight, he'll just kill you.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by AKMarmot View Post
                      Ok since the the blotter link was there I decided to look through it. There are two instances listed in 9E where hunters were guided & took sub leagal moose.
                      At first I thought the fine was pretty low, especially since it doens't say they turned themselves in. Then I thought mabey it was that low because the guides assisted / encouraged in the decision to harvest a sub leagal animal.
                      So why weren't the guides charged ? In the 2nd case the client shot two moose. How does this happen? 1 illeagel one wasn't enough? Both parties ( guide & client ) involved in this instance should be fined a lot more than $250 I would think.
                      Am I missing something here ? The fine seems very inadequate to me.


                      That's why Alaska needs the Death Penality.

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                      • #12
                        I must be missing something. I read through the blotter and saw that 2 people were cited for sublegal moose taken in a closed area, 14A and 16A. I thought both units were open until Sept. 30 for moose. What am I missing here?

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                        • #13
                          One other thing you might keep in mind, is that these were reduced to violations instead of a Class A misdemeanor charge. First time offenders usualy get some sort of break after they plea with the courts.
                          Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he is too old to fight, he'll just kill you.

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                          • #14
                            Plea bargaining is illegal in the State of Alaska. Or is that should be illegal in the State of Alaska.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by AlleninAlaska View Post
                              Plea bargaining is illegal in the State of Alaska. Or is that should be illegal in the State of Alaska.
                              Hi Allen,

                              It should be, but its not. In some cases I can see it being useful, but in others I say throw the book at em
                              Don't pick a fight with an old man. If he is too old to fight, he'll just kill you.

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